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13, 1935

PlayProduction
Valentine Windt
Is* Director Of~ While They'
iMystical Play Dark crepe and light prints
~ . the popularity honors at the

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE
1"The Little Minister" with Katherine
To Present 'Outward Boundc Where To G Hepburn:
To aancing: Chubb's, Hut Cellar.

Were Dancing I

pDance Group
Will Present

1uttOn Vane 8 Production
To Be The Last Given
This Semesterr
"Outward Bound," by Sutton Vane,
will be the fourth and last play to be
presented by Play Production this'
semester and will run Thursday, Fri-

dances held Friday night.
Marion Bertsch chose black
with gold lame trim for the B
Cook dormitory formal dance.
rey Talsma wore red crepe.

Demonstration
shared and a brown skirt. Pat Potter wore
formal blue crepe with gold thread. Betty
Basse and Margaret Mustard were Humphrey-Weidman T o
velvet also seen. Give Program In Lydia
Aud- alaMendelssohn Theater
Lucille Olening

Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Bright
Cher"is aemberofthe hrou Eyes" with Shirley Temple; Whitney,
These artists according to Miss "Mysterious Mr. Wong" with Bela
White contributed much to raising Lugosi and "Personality Kid" with
the standard of dancing in revues. Pat O'Brien: Wuerth. "The Cat's
Their emphasis is on total body move- Pa" with Harold Lloyd; Majestic.
ment and rhythmic motion rather
than steps.
Miss Humphrey will conduct the
demonstration here which will in-
clude studies in technique, analysis,
and dance compositions. The recital
given last spring in the Dramatic
Festival by Miss Humphrey and Weid-

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Fox was seen in black satin with
rhinestone trimming. Emerald green
was worn by Esther Henks.
Betty Sinclair was seen at the Phi
Kna Ritfa fr t ity hn in

day, and Saturday, at the Lydia Lsappa Lig irai y nousein
MndelhnTeatraleteLydpastel flowered satin. Janet Will-
Mendelssohn Theater, Valentine B. oughby, Mary Lambee, Cynthia Stark
Windt, director, revealed yesterday. and Jean Scott wore black. The four
The play is much different from dresses were velvet, crepe, taffeta
anything Play Production has ever and net.
done, according to Mr. Windt, and is Blue Popular
completely atmospheric in that it Elue was popular at the dances
deal wit thesupenatual.held at Masher and Jordan halls.
deals with the supernatural. Marion Brooke was seen in dark blue
The plot is based on a strange satin. Elizabeth Oberdier chose royal
company of shipmates, mystified by blue taffeta with ruffled trim. Linda
a vaguely oppressive feeling of un- Crosby wore pale blue crepe. Audrey
reality and uncertainty, who sudden- Momberg was seen in blue crepe with
ly discover that every last one of mink trim. Margaret Dodds wore
them is dead. blue crepe. Sally Eschback chose
The ship unmanned and without' green crepe with gold trim. Georgina
lights, is gliding noiselessly across the Karlson was seen in burnt orange
river "Styx" when one of the charac- crepe. Betty Morgan and Dorothy
ters in terror asks the sole attend- Phillips wore black. Maureen Kava-
ent whether theyare in Heavennor nagh chose white crepe with rhine-
Hell. The answer is "Both. It's the stone trim. Esther Hean Falk was
same place, you see." seen in rust crepe with a sequin col-
"There is not another play quite At the Alpha Omega fraternity
like it," Mr. Windt said. "Every once house, Shirley Potts was seen in black
in a while you go to a show that defies crepe with a silver metallic tunic.
everything. Outward Bound' is one Amelia Frank wore flowered crepe.
of those plays. Dark blue taffeta with a blue and
"Itrhas universal dramatic appeal white checked waist was worn by Ada
and the beautifully depicted, though Resnick. Pearl Grant, Rita Singer,
controversial philosophy makes it a Florence Sans, and Marie Holland
play of great importance for every werenalSsa Mre on
lover of the theater." were also seem.
The box office at the Lydia Mendel- Chooses Mlack
ssohn Theater will open at 10 a.m. to- j Mary Morgan chose black satin for
morrow where tickets for the play the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity for-
will be on sale. mal dance. The dress featured red
moire ruffles in striking contrast.
DR. FORSYTHE TO SPEAK Eleanor Guesner wore green lace.
Dr. Warren Forsythe, Director of Dorothy Roth was seen in white sat-
the University Health Service, is in with colored flowers at the neck.
scheduled to speak at 7 p.m. tonight Jean Steere wore black crepe with a
at Harris Hall. He has chosen for silver lame tunic.
his topic, "The Modern Attitude Tow- At the Union, Katherine Loomis
ard Sex Education." All Michigan was seen in brown and white silk
students and their friends have been checked print. Helen Stevenson wore
invited to attend. a dress with a chartreuse green top

-~ Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman,
0 Siver rill, and their dance group will present a
modern dance demonstration at 4:151
A - ] p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, in Lydia
At ±vj M y IMendelssohn Theater. This program,
is being sponsored by the Board in'
An enthusiastic crowd attended the Control of Athletics.
Sopening of the new "Silver Grill," Miss Humphrey and Weidman, ac-I
claimed by the New York critics as.
which inaugurated a cabaret type the leading artists in contemporary
cf week-end dancing, held in the dancing in this country, and their
League ballroom. Al Cowan's or- group are at this time making an ex-
chestra played for dancing, while the tensive tour going as far south as
radio trio entertained during inter- Texas and as far north as Toronto.
missions. The night before they perform in
Decorations were carried out in Ann Arbor, they will give a similar
silver, with a silver statue of Pan in demonstration at Orchestra Hall, De-
the center of the ballroom. Silver troit.
lamps were placed over the statue, Weidman staged this group in the
and silver candles were used on the dances in "As Thousands Cheer,"
tables placed around the room. "Life Begins at 8:40," "Americana,"
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di- and other Broadway revues while
rector, was seen in red crepe, with a both Weidman and Miss Humphrey
black velvet jacket. Maxine May- staged and took part in the dances

man without their ensemble consisted
exclusively of dances.
Tickets for the demonstration may
be procured at the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theater box office for 35 and
50 cents.
CHILD STUDY GROUP MEETS
The Junior High School Child Study
Group of the American Association of
University Women will meet at 7:45
p'.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Homer Grafton, 1112 Michigan Ave.
Prof. Fred S. Dunham of the Latin

-fingerle leads gin
with these sundy
dinners 4. .
grilled small tenderloin steak. .. .55c
grilled t-bone steak, sizzling . . . 60
fried deep sea scallops-- tartar. 55c
roast young tom turkey stuffed .. 70c
chicken a la king with mushrooms 60c
roast leg of veal dressing ... 60c
dinner dancing to 8
supper dancing to 11
in the hut cellar
a large variety of sandwiches,
salads and fountain specials at
all times..
make the hut your meeting
place....

nard, president of the League, and a
member of the trio, wore a long
sleeved formal of a striking tomato
shade, accented with bugle beads at
the neckline. Jean Seeley, dressed
in rust crepe, and Mary Morrison, in
peacock blue, accented with a deep
red belt, were the other members of
the trio. Mrs. George Stanley, busi-
ness manager of the League, was seen
in brown crepe.
Other campus women who attended
were Ann Osborn, social chairman,
and Marie Metzger, chairman of the
reception committee. Miss Osborn
selected black'taffeta shot with gold,
and Miss Metzger wore brown crepe
in a tunic style. Margaret Phalan,
chairman of the publicity committee,
was seen in black chiffon, accented
by elbow-length black silk gloves.
Jane Fletcher was dressed iti black
velvet with a lace top, and Marie
Murphy in olive green with a black
cire scarf. Barbara Hanna and Nancy
Olds were also present, Miss Hanna
in black velvet with white dots, ac-
cented by a green and silver belt,
and Miss Olds in black crepe with
a white vestee. Doris Gimmy select-
ed a blue wool with a black satin
top, and Sue Thomas wore a tailored
black dress. Jane O'Ferrall, Mary
Ferris, Mary Margaret Campbell, Lola
Campbell also attended.
JORDAN HALL HEARS MUSICALEt
Hazel M. Paalman, Grad., SM., and!
Shirley Crosman, '38 entertained atf
the musicale held yesterday at Jordan,
Hall. Miss Paalman rendered several
vocal solos including: "Verdi Prati"
by Handel, "Beau Soia" by Debussy,
"Carnival" by Four drain, "Homing"
by del Riego, "There Cried a Bird" by
Sinding, and "Over the Steppe" by
Gretchaninoff. Miss Crosman con-
eluded the program with two piano
solos.

of "School For Husbands." Jose
Limon, the Mexican boy who did out-
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sleeves ... and there's a beautiful selection to choose from . . . in
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sleeves. . . many have perk, little jackets of plaids and checks ...
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on dark grounds. Also new high shades. Also New
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